Outdoor Activities for Summer

Summer activities are fun. Let us enjoy the summer sunshine with different outdoor activities for summer. It a great time for family and friends bonding. A relaxing vacation indeed with so much fun.

Outdoor Activities for Summer

  • Swimming – The list for summer activities would not be complete without swimming and for family outing wherein there are kids, it is advisable to take them to pool instead to the beach and so Splash Island in Lagunacan provide leisure and fun because of the leisure park.
    Swimming Pool at Splash Island
    Swimming Pool at Splash Island

Splash Island Swimming Pool Rates as of Summer 2012 – (subject to change, please also check their site for the latest rates)

Day Swimming

Mon-Sun/Holidays

ADULT

P250.00

CHILD (4ft. & below)

P200.00

SENIOR (w/ ID)

P200.00

 

 

Night Swimming

Mon-Thur

Fri-Sun

ADULT

P150.00

P250

CHILD (4ft. & below)

P100.00

P200

SENIOR (w/ ID)

P100.00

P200

  • Amusement Park– Wanted to interact with animals? Well, Zoobic Safari located at Subic has wide range of amusements like having a close encounter with tigers while riding a safari jeep and will enter on a close fenced structure, feeding the birds in your own hands, plus an animal parade every 10:30 a.m. and three pm and a lot more! Day tour entrance rate costs P499 pesos for adults and P399 for kids (3-4 ft height).
  •  Camping – If you want to be a cowboy for one whole day, then Sacramento Adventure Camp in Tanay, Rizal is a place for you since there is no hotel accommodation so you have to prepare your tents for overnight stay. Entrance fee is P200 including two activities that you would like to try like rapeling, hiking, etc where you can see the view of Sierra Madre on the top. Drinking alcohols is allowed and cooking your own food. 
  • Mountain Climbing – Wanted to stay fit without hitting the gym? Mountain climbing in Mount Maculot would burn your skin and would burn your fats while exploring the beauty of Batangas. As one of the favourite mountain climbing spot due to its challenging steep slopes, a beginner can test its endurance. What is rewarding after mountain climbing is the scenic view of Taal Lake from the Rockies. Only P10 for registration plus there are quench thirst stores while hiking. 
  • Zipline – What if you wanted to explore your bold personality? Then there is a Tree Top Adventure located at Quezon City, Baguio, and Subic. They offer outdoor activities like Silver Surfer (300/person), Superman Ride (400/person), and Parachute Fall Ride (200/person).
  •  Picnic – Have a picnic at Picnic Grove, Tagaytay the very common place for placing your mat on the grass and have the fun with your family, friends or even celebrating your anniversary with your special someone. But wait, there’s more! Have a horseback riding and experience that yadigidig-digidig ride. A cable car or zipline is also in Picnic Grove ranging from P100 to P400 depending if it’s holidays.
  •  Scuba Diving – If you have bigger budget this summer and wanted to see the beauty of the sea world, then scuba diving in Bicol is a right choice. Scuba Dive Philippines website offers a 3D/2N package in Donsol, with two days whale shark interaction, fire fly river tour, round trip flights, and more for $410.00 per person.
  •  Ocean Park Adventure – As so they say, life is adventure in Manila Ocean Park, surely we would not want to miss this Park. See the marine life attractions, themed dining experience and bars, and lifestyle facilities like spa. With too much confusion of offers, Manila Ocean Park bring us packages for more affordable rates. Oceanarium & Musical Fountain Show (P500), Oceanarium, Sea Lion Show, Fish Spa, Jellies, Musical Fountain Show (P800), and Oceanarium, Jellies, and Sea Lion Show (P500).

 

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